Artists of Landscapes: LinsenSchussHello all, and welcome to a new interview! This time I got to interview LinsenSchuss and I found that very exciting! He was kind enough to share some wonderful insights with us Hi there, LinsenSchuss ! Can you tell us a little about yourself, who are you?:iconlinsenschuss:My name is Dane Vetter and I live in Germany. I am 33 years old and have been living in Germany for so long. Photography is a passion of mine, as is traveling. I like to combine both and both complement each other wonderfully. Primarily, photography is a hobby I've had for almost 10 years, but on the other hand, it's also my second job for a few years. In addition to landscapes that are more of a hobby, I also photograph products for companies and weddings and various shootings. In my real job, I work in industry as a hygiene manager in Switzerland, which is something completely different from my photography.
Feature-Fest Vol. 125: LandscapesHere comes the rain again by LordLJCornellPhotosEarly winter sun by Floreina-Photography
Exposing the Unexposed Vol. 82void fissure by Dr-dashKaylee by KristynaKvapilova
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Colour Me Critters Vol. 03: RedThis feature is part of ArtisticAnimals :iconartisticanimals:26 - Butterfly by LoisaThe next colour will be ORANGE Got suggestions? Share them below!PS: Please share from your favourites instead of your own gallery!
Comment Month: Commenting begins+February RoundupBack at the beginning of the month, we announced the start of our Comment Month for March. We received a good few submissions in our folders here and here, so, for the rest of this month, it's time to get commenting! 7th - 31st March: Anybody and everybody can comment on the submissions we received for Comment Month. More information on the day.1st - 7th April: Comment Month is over, but other things are just beginning. Deviants who have commented constructively on over three submissions will receive a news and page feature. More information on the day.Please note: The aim is to comment as construc
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Yuu's FAQ 2.0Nearly two years ago, I wrote a Photography FAQ in which I answered questions about myself, my work, and so on. I figured that one is outdated by now, so time for a 2.0!PERSONALSO...YOU'RE KINDA WEIRD...Yeah, I know. Just let it all slide past you and enjoy the ride. Sometimes I am actually funny!WHO ARE YOU?My name is Monique, I love to travel and take photos. I also love to hang out with my animals, friends. I am a teacher by profession. Cooking and baking are amazing, but not as amazing as eating what I just cooked. I also like to create teeny-tiny costumes for my plush bunnies, write, play guitar and read. When it comes to seasons, I love winter, and dislike summer, even though I was born in June...HOW DID YOU GET INTO PHOTOGRAPHY?I got into photography a very long time ago. When I was barely five years old I was given a polaroid camera for my birthday by my grand
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The difference between Vector and Vexel ArtAfter writing my first article on an introduction to getting into vexel and vector art, a question was raised to do with the differences between the art forms.I guess being so engrossed with the art forms for over 6 years now, I've taken my knowledge for granted. It's typical of any artist in most genres. What knowledge and skill set we have is second nature. So my second article, I'd like to show and explain you the differences between Vexel and Vector art. So I present to you, the dummies guide to the difference between vexel and vector art!IntroductionLooking straight at the work, it's hard to tell the difference between a skillfully created vexel and a vector. This is because they are not a style of art, but a medium of art.When we say a "medium" we mean with how a piece of art is created or what with. For instance we have both traditional and digital paintings. A traditional painting is created with, for example,
Photography feature - Top 500 August (2011)Fav this news if You like it.<< Click on heart to favPeople & Portraits:katya by GRAFIKfoto:thumb255954806:Melissa by grodproKokoshka by johnberd:thumb256017952::thumb255762987:Violin breath by rossalev-andreyHold on to those you love by girltripped:thumb255852569::thumb245759882:Waiting for your letter by Snowfall-lullabyStarlight by orsnaiAway And Here by vishstudio:thumb254424265:Blue by KiaraBlackPhotograph:thumb251550201:Di by bebeautyEyes on fire by BasistkaAdrien IV by Vinyl-Discotomorrow by FleurDelacour:thumb255189413:it's all what you believe by quadratigesPink Terror II by destroyincBlueberry diamond by Ophelia-OverdoseDesert Heat by ulorinvexblue light by Azamindaintymna 1 by olatomaszewska:thumb254594578:Witch by ulorinvex:thumb254351373:Audray by sexties:thumb254637358:model Nastya3 by NerySoulAlice by perebejnosThe Seasons I by SarachmetCold Flowers IX by zemotionAqua Beauty I by FlexDreamsKlaudia by zieniusteel silence by amsterdam-jazzLines by NataliaCiobanuEsther by MoniBrandnat1 by lucastomaszewski:: When you're Gone :: by dewanggapratamaSantorini's love by bebeauty:thu
How to Suggest a Daily Deviation ( DD )Although there are other news articles on this subject, it is still unclear to a lot of people how and what to suggest for a DD.i will guide you through the process step-by-stepWhat kind of images should i suggest?no absolute answer here, but you should suggest something that stands out from the crowd. Something with either an unique concept, quality or beauty.Browsing the DD section for a while could give you an idea, though art and taste is subjective.It is ok to suggest a friends piece, but don`t do it just because its a friend, do it if the piece is excellent.Who am i gonna suggest it to and what should i write?http://help.deviantart.com/18/ has the list of all the gallery directors and what category they are "attached" to, all you need to do is check the category the image is in, and take it from there.Under the image you want to suggest is a thumb code ( under page views )copy that.Lets say you want to suggest for a daily deviation, you copy the thumb co
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Photography feature - Top 400 July (2011)Please Fav this news if You like it.B&W::thumb243077200:,., by MustafaDedeogLuPortal by KoljanShutters by MarinaCoricBrandresten by haswaFallen by S4SH4Xnight shift by KrzysztofJedrzejaklonely dog by stregatta75CVII by ambrosia3Flamenco by FeliDae84:thumb227180001:Bubbles by Hengki24dust disturbed by miezeTatzeperfect day by baspunkJuly by DpressedSoul:thumb226128910:Cooling The Power Down by EintoeRnDawn Light by hersleyWaiting by Purplejackdaw2077 by nfilipevsU-2511 stern by ukwreckdiverre by Vlad-K:thumb244044149:Lost In The Dark by abdieftPyramid-scape by aditimahatFan by DionisicFrom your window by Buri65:thumb217715920:Bassin by filth666San Josep de la Muntanya by badhererroad rules study 2 part II by GillesMaselliNocturne Lights by TheForestManwhat where by 4zet:thumb217372967:I choose the darkness by stregatta75Echo by Hengki24decay by PsycheAnamnesisBackyardscape by RafalBigdainside the tunnel by stregatta75Architecture:Symphony in Yellow by Rustmouth:thumb245062681:facade xvi by ChristianRudathard steps to the top by Igor-DemidovSquare by stekkesSaint Malo by zuckerblauSmooth Name by Andre99:thum
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How to avoid being a Miscat: Artisan SubcategoriesGallery Descriptions and Miscats MonthYou've made your art and you're ready to submit it! You've followed SinistrosePhosphate's Part 1 [ How to avoid being an AC Miscat: A Flow Chart ] and have determined that, in fact, your art is not digital or traditional, but hold-in-hand craft! You click the first step of the category process, "Artisan Crafts", and then...Ahhh! What are all these subcategories doing here?! How will you know which place your art fits into?!Don't worry, I'm here to help. 3D Printing3D Printing is one of the brand new categories introduced last year. If your piece is mostly 3D Printed - that is, created digitally with Computer Aided Design (CAD) and then printed out (in any material!) - it belongs here. The most overlooked portion of this category seems to be that it is for finished, tangible, hold-in-your-hands pieces. If your piece is still in the di
Photographing your artwork - Technique and ApproSometimes, artwork can be too big or too oddly shaped to fit into a flatbed scanner. Scanning an artwork in sections and piecing it together afterward is always an option, but it can be difficult if the piece can't sit flush against the scanners recessed glass at all edges. Scanners have an incredibly short focal range. If the image is raised even one millimeter off of the surface, it will become terribly out of focus. Piecing together an image, without it being time consuming, can typically produce inaccurate results compared to the real work.For this reason, it can typically be recommended that you photograph larger artworks to get the WHOLE image, faithfully, in one go. Photographing artwork isn't like scanning an image, though. There are a lot of conditions that can greatly affect the quality result of your shot. Scanners generate their own light in a closed space. This gives you a uniform result every time. Photography, however, relies heavily on the lighting within the room, or
Photography Tips and TutorialsThese are a selection of tips and tutorials both here and on deviantArt that can be useful for before, during, and after portions of taking a good photo. This was originally created as a gathering of useful information for the members of PhotographersClub, but they though it so helpful that it should be shared even further! Tips & Tutorials on deviantART First off, did you know you can go here, http://browse.deviantart.com/resources/tutorials/photography/ to search through all of the photography tutorials available here on dA! CAMERAS, QUALITY, AND JARGON!Camera Buying Guide - A very helpful guide for deciding which camera is best suited for your needs!How to buy a digial camera - Another great camera buying guide!
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